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Spike

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Hi everyone, I just recently bought a 200gb hd and it was only working at 127gb, but i have got that fixed, i used a program called "discwizard" (Just incase anyone wanted to know) my hard drive is a "Seagate"

Ok, but thats not my problem, my hard drive that i just installed is my slave, and its coming up as the letter "I:" and i would like it to be "D:" so how to i change the drive letter??? Currently my "D:" is a Cd-rom"

Thanks. :tazz:
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Kemasa

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Go to Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Computer Management. In there go
to Disk Management.

Then you can select the device and right click and select change drive letter and paths. You will need to change the CD first (I typically use X, Y and Z so that it never changes). Then you can change the disk.
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fay47

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I haven't ever done this but I found this article:
http://support.micro...;307844&sd=tech

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Hi guys thanks alot guys it worked, fay47 the article you found it same as Kemasa. So thank you to both of you's.

Enjoy... :tazz:
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